Hawthorn and Izzy Heltai with Special Guest: Kaiti Jones

February 8, 2020 @ 9:00 pm
Hawthorn and Izzy Heltai with Special Guest:  Kaiti Jones

8:30 doors

$12 adv / $15 at the door

Hawthorn, created by Heather Scott and Taylor Holland, “digs into its folk roots while also reminding us that tradition is about tending to the flame, not the ashes” (NPR).  The Boston-based group is quickly gaining national recognition for its powerful vocals surrounded in old-time banjo, warm guitar, and dreamy electric lines: “When they harmonize, the edges of their voices bleed together like watercolors on paper” (WBUR). Hawthorn was nominated for the 2019 Boston Music Awards and the New England Music Awards. Notable appearances include The Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, Bust Out Boston, House of Blues Boston for the Boston Music Awards, and the International Herbal Symposium. Hawthorn’s newest LP, Maggie Willow, named by WBUR as one of the 15 Best Albums Out Of Boston in 2019, is available everywhere.


Izzy Heltai is an indie-folk singer-songwriter who puts a unique twist on traditional story-telling. Through songs that draw from personal stories to address broader universal truths, Izzy connects deeply with his listeners. Izzys latest release, Only Yesterday (April 2019) draws inspiration from the natural beauty of his native Western Massachusetts, his lived experiences, and stories from his community.


Boston-based folk singer/songwriter Kaiti Jones‘ voice is simultaneously earthy and ethereal, carrying the listener a few feet off the ground on a cloud of rich, sophisticated melodies and rhythms while whispering truth and contemplating the human condition through thoughtful well-crafted lyrics. Its not background music at all, rather its the rare kind that makes you want to drop everything and L-I-S-T-E-N. In a sea of female singer/songwriters, Kaiti is a special treasure whose best days are yet ahead.